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An introduction to the island of Krabi

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Krabi is an island found on the southern province of Thailand, on the shores of Andaman Sea. Its neighboring provinces are Surat Thani, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Phang Nga and Trang. Krabi has a rich history that dates back to 25,000 to 35,000. However historians claim that it was in the Kingdom of Ligor that the first recorded traces to human lives were found in 1200 BC.

Krabi is famous for its important landmarks that include the limestone cliffs in Andaman Sea. On visiting this space in Krabi, you feel it to be a perfect synchronization of harmony and the nature. The attractions and friendly people of Krabi all attract you to make a visit to Krabi.

Krabi; the perfect holiday destination

Krabi is basically a perfect getaway destination that has natural attractions worth visiting like sandy beaches, coral reefs, small and large islands and verdant forests with caves and waterfalls.

The topography of Krabi consists mostly of mountains and highlands that are separated by plains in some regions. The Maenam Krabi is 5 km, and flows through Krabi City to the Andaman Sea. There are also numerous canals that originate from the high mountain range of Krabi.

Visit the National Park of Krabi for spectacular natural scenery

Krabi's sandy soil makes Krabi suitable to grow various agricultural products including palms, cashew nuts, palms, coconuts and coffee. There are only two seasons in Krabi because of its tropical monsoon. The hot season ranges from January to April while the rainy season ranges from May to December. The temperature in Krabi ranges between 17 to 37 degrees centigrade.

Krabi is famous for its two world class beaches, Ao Nang and Hat Rai Le where you find lots of diving trips, shops and restaurants. The additional attractions in Krabi include stunning limestone cliffs, rock formation for rock climbers and the National Park that has lakes, caves and spectacular natural scenery.

Last Updated: 18 Feb 2008